- Jose Mourinho almost came to blows with Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson after the derby
- It is claimed Mourinho went to the City dressing room after the game at Old Trafford
- City players were widly celebrating their victory and the Special One was not happy with that
- Mourinho was hit on the head with a plastic water bottle and security had to intervene
Jose Mourinho reportedly had milk and water thrown at him by some Manchester City players after the Manchester derby on Sunday, December 10.
The Special one was was involved in a war of words with City goalkeeper Ederson as the Manchester derby descended into acrimony.
Mourinho reportedly went to the door of City’s dressing room to ask their players to show more respect as the players wildly celebrated their 2 - 1 win.
United's manager was unhappy as music blared from the visiting team's dressing room.
However his approach turned to war as Mourinho and Ederson began yelling at each other in Portuguese as a melee ensued involving players from both sides.
The Mirror report that the Red Devils boss was hit on the head with a plastic water bottle, with security staff eventually forced to intervene.
The former Everton and Arsenal midfielder, Mikel Arteta, one of Pep Guardiola’s assistants, was left with blood running down his face after allegedly being cut above the eyebrow in the skirmishes.
Eyewitnesses said that United striker Romelu Lukaku was another prominent figure in the skirmishes which spiralled out of control as police looked on from a distance.
Midfielder David Silva gave City the lead three minutes before the break but Marcus Rashford equalized on the stroke of half-time before Nicolas Otamendi scored the winner six minutes after the restart.
The win was City's 14th consecutive in the league which is now a Premier League record.
United are now eleven points behind their city rival but still second on the log after match day 16.
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